During lock-down & beyond we have decided to take all of our Pilates classes online. For your safety & convenience, our classes are currently hosted via the Zoom teleconferencing platform. The feedback so far on this new service has been excellent.
To book, click here and choose a class that suits you:
If you would like to trial a class please contact Becky on: email@example.com
What can Pilates do for you?
• Transform the way your body feels and performs
• Improve posture
• Enhance flexibility
• Make your core stronger and back less painful
• Relax and de-stress you
• Prevent and rehabilitate injuries
• Enhance Pre and post-natal care – suitable for all stages of Pregnancy
Pure PT and Pilates specialises in Matwork Pilates, this means just you and a mat is needed! We use a modified system of body weight exercise based on the original work of Pilates founder Joseph Pilates to improve the strength and stability of your joints, your posture and flexibility without causing injury.
This type of exercise can be tailored to all fitness level and ailments. It is an excellent form of exercise for injury rehabilitation. Depending on your goals it can be a gentle form of exercise or it can be geared to the high level athlete and fitness enthusiast and can really make you sweat! Every move can be adapted and modified to suit you and your body.
Becky has over 15 years experience of teaching Pilates to all abilities and fitness levels. Her clientele have included: elite athletes, children & adolescents, the elderly, those with spinal injuries and neurological conditions such as post stroke rehab and Parkinsons.
The History of Pilates
Pilates is a physical fitness system originally called “Contrology”. It was developed in the early 20th century by Joseph Pilates, after whom it was named. He was a circus performer who dedicated his entire life to improving his physical fitness after suffering with asthma, rickets and rheumatic fever as a child.
His method of movement and strengthening was very challenging and originally aimed at rehabilitating circus performers and dancers. Much of the modern Pilates now taught is a very modified form of his movements, which have been adapted to suit a range of abilities and health conditions.
To learn more about Joseph Pilates, the founder of this art form and exercise technique follow this link…